‘Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960–1985’ at Brooklyn Museum

The exhibition Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985 curated by Cecilia Fajardo Hill and Andrea Guinta with Marcela Guerrero, former curatorial fellow, Hammer Museum, will open tomorrow, April 13th, at Brooklyn Museum, NY.

‘Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960–1985’ at Brooklyn Museum

 “A Female Force:” A program inspired by the work of Ana Mendieta

IlluminArts and de la Cruz Collection presents “A Female Force,” a program inspired by the work of celebrated Cuban-American artist Ana Mendieta at the de la Cruz Collection on Thursday, April 26, 2018.

“A Female Force:” A program inspired by the work of Ana Mendieta

Raquel Arnaud Gallery presents ‘The Little Death’ by Carla Chaim

"The Little Death", Carla Chaim’s second solo exhibition at the Raquel Arnaud Gallery, assembles new works with media such as paper, video and photographs.

Raquel Arnaud Gallery presents ‘The Little Death’ by Carla Chaim

Golden weddings: Cuban art at the Norwegian Embassy

Estudio Figueroa-Vives and the Embassy of Norway present Golden Weddings. 1968-2018 a project about Cuban art with the participation of artists Celia-Yunior; Reynier Leyva Novo; Studios Korda 1954-1968; Alejandro González and Fidel García.

By Alejandro González. Sin Título. Instalación, 178 ventiladores de equipos electrónicos. 100 x 330 cm, 2009

Golden weddings: Cuban art at the Norwegian Embassy

Open Call to  art study program (escuela Incierta) at Lugar a Dudas

(escuela incierta), the art study program organized by Lugar a Dudas (Cali, Colombia) opens its call until April 30, 2018.

Open Call to art study program (escuela Incierta) at Lugar a Dudas

MDC’s Cuban Legacy Gallery at the Freedom Tower Presents Cuban Streams: 1885 – 1965, An Installation by César Trasobares

Miami Dade College’s (MDC) Cuban Legacy Gallery at the Freedom Tower will present Cuban Streams: 1855 – 1965, a multi-media installation by the Miami artist César Trasobares. The installation features captivating and immersive video projections that highlight historical photographs of the island nation from the collection of Ramiro A. Fernández. Cuban Streams will inaugurate the newly renovated Cuban Legacy Gallery at the Freedom Tower from May 19, 2018 to May 19, 2019.

MDC’s Cuban Legacy Gallery at the Freedom Tower Presents Cuban Streams: 1885 – 1965, An Installation by César Trasobares

Ken Gonzalez - Day 1

Exploring how visual and psychological perception are evolving in the 21st century, Seeing Now examines the visible and hidden forces shaping how we see and interpret information.

21c presents Seeing Now, a Latin American artists group exhibition

Memories of underdevelopment: art and the decolonial turn in Latin America, 1960-1985

Jumex museum presents Memories of Underdevelopment , an exhibition that examines the major paradigm shift in culture and the visual arts, characterized by the articulation of a counter-narrative to the rhetoric of developmentalism that resulted in early instances of decolonial thought in the artistic practices produced in the region between the early 1960s and the mid-1980s.

Memories of underdevelopment: art and the decolonial turn in Latin America, 1960-1985

MDC’S Museum of Art and Design presents Maria José Arjona: All the others in me

The Museum of Art and Design at Miami Dade College presents All the Others in Me, an entrancing one-night performance by acclaimed Colombian artist Maria José Arjona on Saturday, April 14, at Miami Light Project. Taking the form of an unconsummated striptease with a multicultural pop soundtrack, All the Others in Me unfolds as a dynamic and surprising exploration of female identity and subjectivity.

MDC’S Museum of Art and Design presents Maria José Arjona: All the others in me

Credit: Courtesy Americas Society (Photo: Beatriz Meseguer).

Americas Society honored Argentine contemporary artist Marta Minujín for her exceptional accomplishments throughout her rich and prolific five-decade artistic career. 

Marta Minujín receives Americas Society Cultural Archievement Award

Latin America: Back to the Future, at MACBA

Latin America: Back to the future goes through a topography of unsuspected connections between regional modernizing projects and contemporary artistic practices. From the concrete works of the 1950s to the re-readings of that legacy in the present, the exhibition articulates a vast geographical and temporal threshold in which emerge a set of survivals and returns that explode any linear conception of the temporal passage.

Latin America: Back to the Future, at MACBA

Adriana Bustos: Cartographies of coincidence

"Imago Mundi" is the first individual in Galería 80m2, Lima of the Argentine artist Adriana Bustos, who takes her title from the cosmographic treatise of the geographer and theologian Pierre d'Ailly, which Columbus used on his voyage of discovery.

By Max Hernández Calvo

Adriana Bustos: Cartographies of coincidence

The collector Alec Oxenford announces his tenth call for travel grants for Argentine visual artists.

The Alec Oxenford Collection is pleased to offer Travel Scholarships to finance air travel expenses for Argentine artists who want to travel abroad for educational or professional purposes.

The collector Alec Oxenford announces his tenth call for travel grants for Argentine visual artists.

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David Lamelas: Con vida Propia

The retrospective exhibition of an artist who traversed historical conceptualism sometimes leaves the image of a collection of muted sites, a repertoire of vacant places. 

By Juan Cruz Pedroni

David Lamelas: Con vida Propia

From Metric to Imperial: Ištvan	Išt Huzjan at Proyectos Monclava

The Mexican gallery Proyectos Monclava presents until April 28 the individual exhibition of the Slovenian artist Ištvan Išt Huzjan.

From Metric to Imperial: Ištvan Išt Huzjan at Proyectos Monclava

Pedro Tyler: The measure of the uncountable

"Fragmentaria II" brings together seven pieces from different series by the Uruguayan artist Pedro Tyler, offering a synthetic overview of his work in his second solo show in Lima.

By Max Hernández Calvo

Pedro Tyler: The measure of the uncountable

Modos de Ver: la exposición del programa del BBVA Bancomer Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil

On view as of January 26, Ways of Seeing presents the work of Julieta Aguinaco (Mexico City / La Paz), Lorena Ancona (Chetumal / Oaxaca), Cecilia Barreto (Mexico City), Victoria Estrada (Mexico City), Yolanda Ceballos (Monterrey), Amauta García (Puebla / Mexico City), Bayrol Jiménez (Oaxaca), Antonio Monroy (Toluca / Mexico City) and Pablo Tut (Campeche / Mérida). 

Modos de Ver: la exposición del programa del BBVA Bancomer Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil

Ya basta hijos de puta: Teresa Margolles en PAC Milan

Violence, inequality, organized crime. PAC Milan presents a solo show of Mexican artist Teresa Margolles, who with her minimalist but striking style testifies to the complexities of contemporary society. From March 28th, 2018 to May 20th, 2018.

Ya basta hijos de puta: Teresa Margolles en PAC Milan

The photo gallery of the Teatro San Martín reopens

The PhotoGallery of the Teatro San Martín (Av. Corrientes 1530) will reopen under the direction of a new curatorial committee, made up of Rosana Schoijett, Bruno Dubner and Ariel Authier. The first exhibition, called Máxima Reserva, will be held in June and will consist of a photographic exhibition of the artists Lucrecia Plat and Carlos Guinzburg.

The photo gallery of the Teatro San Martín reopens

Daniel Boccato: Centinela

The proposals of Daniel Boccato (Campinas, Brazil, 1991) investigate the relationship between abstraction and figuration and are based on the investigation of the different discursive forms that pose language and form, suggesting other foundations that establish a new thinking with which to challenge any constriction. All this is reflected in Centinela, his last performance and specific project for the space Studies of the old tobacco factory in Madrid, where he follows another of the constants of his production: the breaking of any convention on formats and the preferential use of materials and objects of an industrial nature.

By Álvaro de Benito Fernández

Daniel Boccato: Centinela

Jorge Alberto Hernández Cadi (El Buzo), Untitled, Mixed media, No Date, Photo Courtesy of NAEMI.

From March 31 to June 3 will take place in La Havanna's Artists Outsiders exhibition at the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum

Outsiders Artist from Havana at the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum

Art Basel Hong Kong: a glimpse to the most important art fair in Asia

The mega art fair based in Basel and Miami opens to the public its 2018 edition of the Hong Kong fair, at the Convention and Exhibition Center of the city, from March 27 to guests and from the 29th to the 31st March to the public.

By Arte al Día Internacional

Art Basel Hong Kong: a glimpse to the most important art fair in Asia

Scarlet placenta: Nicanor Aráoz at Barro

From March 28th to April 28th, an exhibition by Argentinean artist Nicanor Aráoz will be presented at Barro Gallery.

Scarlet placenta: Nicanor Aráoz at Barro

Olga de Amaral at La Patinoire Royale - Galerie Valérie Bach

Belgian gallery announces the representation and the next retrospective exhibition of the Colombian artist Olga de Amaral.

Olga de Amaral at La Patinoire Royale - Galerie Valérie Bach

National Portrait Gallery Announces Call for Entries for Fifth Triennial Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition

The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery announces an open call from May 28 through Sept. 3, 2018 for submissions to its fifth triennial Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition. Established in 2006, the Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition invites artists (18 and over) living and working in the United States to submit one portrait for consideration.

National Portrait Gallery Announces Call for Entries for Fifth Triennial Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition

Sandra Gamarra: Rojo Indio

In her recent exhibition for the gallery in Madrid, Sandra Gamarra (Lima, Peru, 1972) returns to use the concept of imposition of Western thought, channeled through the appropriation of that vision in Latin America. Nonetheless, the exploration of cultural perception and assimilation are, in a certain way, habitual subjects of study in her trajectory. For the occasion, the space plays a fundamental role for the understanding of the proposal. This, although conformed by several pieces, works as a single environment where everything dialogues within the conceptual framework.

By Álvaro de Benito Fernández

Sandra Gamarra: Rojo Indio

Banners: Escombros Group at WALDEN Gallery

From March 24th to May 5th there is an exhibition of the Argentine group "Escombros" created in 1988.

Banners: Escombros Group at WALDEN Gallery

Captive Ascension: Tania Candiani at the Museo Universitario del Chopo

Unitl May 13th you can see in the central hall of the Museo del Chopo an exhibition of the Mexican artist Tania Candiani consisting of three stages: the first will install a sewing workshop where two seamstresses will make a large aerostatic balloon, piece main of the exhibition. The second stage consists in the rise and fall of the balloon, as a unique presentation for the public on the day of the inauguration. And the third stage will consist in the exhibition of the balloon inside the gallery.

Captive Ascension: Tania Candiani at the Museo Universitario del Chopo

In-Continente: Marcos Lopez at ROLF

The Argentine gallery ROLF ART presents a solo show of Marcos López: In-Continente, from March 21st to May 31th, 2018

In-Continente: Marcos Lopez at ROLF

Miró: the experience of looking, now at the MALI

Miró: the experience of looking, is an exhibition that presents valuable pieces of the collection of the Museo Reina Sofía in Madrid, and which arrives in Perú after the great success achieved in 2017 at the National Museum of Fine Arts of Buenos Aires.

Miró: the experience of looking, now at the MALI

Londres, Inglaterra, 1970 Negativo blanco y negro 35 mm Archivo Aldo Sessa

Aldo Sessa's Archive 1958-2018: 60 years of images will present more than 700 photographs shot between 1958 and the present of the celebrated Argentine photographer.

Aldo Sessa at the Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires

Eduardo Basualdo: La cabeza de Goliat

The Main Hall of the Usina del Arte houses an imposing installation by the Argentine artist Eduardo Basualdo, which can be seen until April 22nd.

By Laura Casanovas

Eduardo Basualdo: La cabeza de Goliat

QUEENIE: Selected artworks by female artists from El Museo del Barrio’s Collection

Hunter East Harlem Gallery (HEHG) at Hunter College and El Museo del Barrio are pleased to present the exhibition QUEENIE: Selected artworks by female artists from El Museo del Barrio’s Collection. The group exhibition features a selection of works from the East Harlem-based museum’s Permanent Collection that prompt a multifarious dialogue not only around society and gender but simultaneously refutes a homogenized view of Latinx art.

QUEENIE: Selected artworks by female artists from El Museo del Barrio’s Collection

Rayo Purita or the future is that which we carry in our back: Andrés Pereira Paz at Crisis Gallery

Bolivian artist Andrés Pereira Paz presents a solo show at the Peruvian Gallery Crisis from March 16th to April 13th.

Rayo Purita or the future is that which we carry in our back: Andrés Pereira Paz at Crisis Gallery

La semejanza y la pausa: Medail & Pedroni

Alimentación General presents The similarity and the pause, a project between the artist Francisco Medail and the art historian Juan Cruz Pedroni, which explores the relationship between publishing practice, the time of a collection and the modes of photography as reproduction.

La semejanza y la pausa: Medail & Pedroni

The Time of the end: 9 artists at Galería ICPNA Miraflores

The Time of the end: 9 artists at Galería ICPNA Miraflores

Oscar Muñoz at Fundació Sorigué

A personal selection of the most representative works of the Colombian creator Oscar Muñoz arrives at the Sorigué Foundation Museum with the exhibition "Oscar Muñoz: des/materializaciones", curated by the artist himself along with Ana Vallés, director of the Foundation. The artist gathers in this exhibition key pieces of his career as well as a very particular vision of his wide artistic proposal.

Oscar Muñoz at Fundació Sorigué

Doris Salcedo, "Palimpsesto"., 013-2017. Crédito fotográfico: Juan Fernando Castro

Each new intervention made by Doris Salcedo (Bogotá, Colombia, 1958) reaffirms the commitment to narrative based on historical research, usually covered in a certain revisionism, which the artist has been practicing for years, especially focusing on everything that surrounds political violence and what it generates. This is also the case of Palimpsesto, the proposal of monumental character that has developed in the Palacio de Cristal in Madrid and with which it pays tribute to the victims of one of the most dramatic faces of immigration, those who left their lives risking it blindly in the Mediterranean Sea.

By Álvaro de Benito Fernández

Doris Salcedo at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía

Photography at the Museo Moderno de Buenos Aires: Alberto Goldenstein and Zanele Muholi

The Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires opens on March 15th two exhibitions of photographs dedicated to the South African artist Zanele Muholi and the Argentine photographer Alberto Goldenstein.

Photography at the Museo Moderno de Buenos Aires: Alberto Goldenstein and Zanele Muholi

Tate Modern seeks Senior Curator specialized in photography

From March 17 to April 1, 2018, the most important modern art museum in London receives resumes for the position of Senior Curator.

Tate Modern seeks Senior Curator specialized in photography

Claudio Tozzi's retrospective show at the Caixa Sao Paolo

From the 13th to the 20th of May  the graphic work of the artist Claudio Tozzi from the last fifty years will be presented at the Caixa de San Pablo.

Claudio Tozzi's retrospective show at the Caixa Sao Paolo

Lines of Flight: Darío Escobar at Josée Bienvenu Gallery

Lines of Flight is Darío Escobar’s third solo exhibition with Josée Bienvenu gallery. Since the 1990s, Escobar's work explores concepts of cultural and historical hybridity.

Lines of Flight: Darío Escobar at Josée Bienvenu Gallery

Tarsila do Amaral: Inventing Modern Art in Brazil at MoMA

The Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Art Institute of Chicago present the first exhibition devoted entirely to the iconic artist of Brazilian modernism in the United States, with more than 100 works that include paintings, drawings, sketchbooks, photographs and documents historical collections from Latin America, Europe and the United States. 

Tarsila do Amaral: Inventing Modern Art in Brazil at MoMA

Carlos Garaicoa opens solo exhibition at Parasol unit, London

Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art, is pleased to present a solo exhibition of works by Cuban artist Carlos Garaicoa. Showing here in London for the first time in a public institution, Carlos Garaicoa reflects upon "the city"—its limitations, potential and possibilities—as a physical infrastructure, social network and political space in this exhibition comprised of large-scale installations, sculptures, video and photography.

Carlos Garaicoa opens solo exhibition at Parasol unit, London

Elena Tejada-Herrera presents her book ‘Videos de esta mujer: registros de performances 1997-2010’

Proyecto AMIL announces the presentation of the book Videos of this woman: performance records 1997-2010, in the context of the PARC 2018 art fair.

Elena Tejada-Herrera presents her book ‘Videos de esta mujer: registros de performances 1997-2010’